I have been going crazy today trying to configure remote access on my ASA. I went through the 'ssh xxxx outside' command along with the 'aaa authentication' commands but still no joy.
Could someone help me out in terms of setting up remote access? I have one interface inside and a public address on the outside?
Thanks so much!!
Can you verify for us that you have created the crypto keys required for SSH?
Can you give us some details of how you enabled SSH on which interfaces?
Can you verify that the ASA has a route to the subnet that is the source of the SSH?
Have you enabled logging, attempted SSH, and then checked the logs for errors about the attempt at SSH?
If none of these identify the issue then I suggest that you turn on debugging forv SSH, make an attempt, and post any log output.
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Generate an RSA key pair for the Firewall, which is required for SSH:
crypto key generate rsa modulus modulus_size
Note: The modulus_size (in bits) can be 512, 768, 1024, or 2048. The larger the key modulus size you specify, the longer it takes to generate the RSA key pair. The value of 1024 is recommended.